i love food in japan
With Hitomi as our guide, Wendy and I have been eating very well. After a couple hours of walking around in Kamakura yesterday, we ate lunch at a place called Unaji, which had the most wonderful dessert (a soy creme brulee of sorts). Two nights ago we had a big udon feast, and last night, Hitomi and her father treated us to sushi and sashimi at a small place they've been going to their entire lives. The chef even made Wendy a special vegetarian meal. :) I'm not usually a fatty fish person, but the toro
last night was really good.
The problem with eating in Japan is that sometimes you can't find anyone to translate the name of the fish you're eating. :)